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Henning Mankell to speak in New York City on Feb 2nd
Posted 2005-01-05, updated 2005-01-06
Henning Mankell © Ulla MontanHenning Mankell will be discussing his new book, Before the Frost, at Symphony Space in New York City on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 at 7:00 p.m.

At this event, an actor will read selections from Before the Frost, Mankell will discuss his book, and the audience will be invited to join in the conversation.

  Thalia Book Club: Intimate conversations among readers and writers
Author Henning Mankell discusses his new novel Before the Frost. A fabulous interviewer will ask him lots of insightful probing questions, and Maria Tucci will read selections. Then the audience will join in the good times, and ask questions of their own. There will be a book signing in the café after the show.

Internationally acclaimed Swedish mystery writer Henning writer is a master whose books are both riveting page-turners and deeply psychological literary novels. In Mankell's newest book, Inspector Kurt Wallander's daughter Linda joins the Ystad police force and teams up with her father on her first investigation.

Tickets $18 (Students/Seniors and 6-Tix $16)

Information and tickets: 212-864-5400 (Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-7pm) or

Symphony Space is located at 95th Street and Broadway, NYC, right by the 1,2,3 and 9 trains at 96th Street.


More information can be found on Symphony Space's page for this event.

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About Symphony Space:
Symphony Space is America's only community-based arts organization with a nationwide audience, beloved in New York City for events such as the Wall to Wall music marathons and celebrated around the country for its Selected Shorts broadcasts. Since its founding in 1978 in an abandoned movie theatre, Symphony Space has become known for producing and presenting free and low-cost programs that represent the cultures of New York City in all their variety. We showcase the performing arts and literature at their liveliest and most accessible.